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5 Silver Gifts for Father’s Day (Based on Personality)

Happy Fathers Day Mug

Father’s Day is quickly approaching. Have you thought of what you’re going to get Dad this year? Father’s Day may be a little different this year, but that shouldn’t stop you from celebrating Dad the way he deserves.

Dads can be hard to shop for. That’s why we’ve compiled a collection of gift ideas, based on Dad’s unique personality and interests. These are gifts he’s really going to want and appreciate. We’ve got something for the handyman dad. We’ve got something your sentimental dad will treasure for the rest of his life. And of course, we’ve got the high-quality gear your sports and grill-loving dad needs for Fourth of July and game day. View Full Article…

It’s 5 o’Clock Somewhere!

Cocktail in Glass

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The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and there’s a hint of Spring in the air. Unfortunately, in light of the recent “shelter in place” orders sweeping the nation, the chances of you celebrating the shift in seasons with your friends in-person are very low. In these unprecedented times, we have to do what we must to stay healthy… and SANE!

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Sterling Silver’s Long Lasting Beauty

As you pick that perfect pendant or those gorgeous silver earrings that sparkle as they catch the light, know that you are part of a special tradition. Silver has been the metal of choice for jewelry and tableware for, well, thousands of years. In fact, a recent archaeological dig in Israel uncovered a 3,200-year-old cache of silver that included 5 hoop earrings.

A Brief History in Silver

Silver was first unearthed in Greece and Turkey in 3,000 B.C., and, even then, its discoverers worked to refine it to a purer form through a process called cupellation where they heated the raw metal and blew air over it. Modern popularity began in 1492 when Spanish Conquistadors found rich lodes of silver in South America. Between 1500 and 1800, most silver came from Mexico, Bolivia, and Peru. The first major silver strike in the United States came in 1857 when miners struck the Comstock Lode in Nevada. View Full Article…